Office of Educational Affairs, Division of Research and Evaluation; Department of Medicine
Education, Medical, Undergraduate; Students, Medical; Patient Simulation; Professional Role; Clinical Competence; Educational Measurement
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Medicine and Health Sciences
Standardized patients are widely used in medical education but their use to assess professionalism is limited. With grant support from the Edward J. Stemmler, MD Medical Education Research Fund (“Stemmler Fund”) of the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME), the usefulness of standardized patients (SPs) in the assessment of professional behavior was investigated. A targeted professionalism OSCE station featuring a values conflict was written. A professionalism instrument was developed and subsequently revised during the course of the study, with the final version containing various components of American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) core set of eight professionalism attributes and several other scales in recent medical research.
Presented at the Ottawa Conference, 2006.
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Ottawa Conference, 2006
Zanetti ML, Alper EJ, Gammon WL, Mazor KM, Hatem DS, McGee SM, Pugnaire MP. (2006). Using a Targeted OSCE Station to Measure Unprofessional Behavior. Office of Institutional Research, Evaluation, and Assessment Publications. https://doi.org/10.13028/czv0-sd86. Retrieved from https://escholarship.umassmed.edu/res_eval/26